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Moore flocks to Cannes

Published 14/05/2015

Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore and Naomi Watts brought feathers to the forefront on the red carpet at Cannes

The Oscar winner wowed in a dramatic Giorgio Armani Privè gown which featured black feathered sleeves and a deep V bodice before flowing into a metallic grey embellished skirt. The 54-year-old had her red locks slicked back in a chic bun with side parting, while she added some statement emerald earrings to contrast against her pale skin.

The Still Alice actress wasn’t the only star to wear feathers on the red carpet. Naomi Watts also stunned in a beautiful grey Elie Saab gown. It featured a feathered skirt while the bodice was heavily embellished. The Australian took a number of risks in the dress, because it not only featured a low cut neckline highlighting her décolletage, but when she turned for the photographers, it presented an entirely open back from the shoulders to the waistband. Naomi wore her blonde locks in a loose up do and instead of going for statement earrings like Julianne, she chose a large jewelled necklace to complete her look.

While Julianne and Naomi went for drama, other actresses kept a more streamlined silhouette. Natalie Portman wore a ravishing red column dress by Dior which comes as no surprise considering she is the face of the brand’s Miss Dior fragrance. She teamed it with De Grisogono jewellery and kept her hair loose around her shoulders.

Cannes jury member Sienna Miller also pulled out all the stops for her moment in front of the cameras. The British actress wore a midnight blue asymmetric gown which featured a black oversized bow detail on the shoulder. Like Naomi, she wore her hair in a loose up do and added a simple slick of red lipstick.

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